All Blood, Heart & Circulation Topics

How to Lower Your Heart Rate Dec 03, 2015

Want to learn how to lower heart rate? Read for how and why you should strive to keep your resting heart rate below 90, and monitor your heart rate during exercise. View Full Article...

Swollen Ankles and Legs Dec 03, 2015

Here are more than 9 reasons for the swollen ankles and legs. Keep reading to find out what's causing swelling in your case and how to make things more manageable. View Full Article...

Left Bundle Branch Block Dec 03, 2015

Left bundle branch block refers to a lack of coordination between the impulses between left and right ventricle. Here we list the specific criteria of ECG diagnosis for LBBB. View Full Article...

Do You Know the Amount of Blood in Human Body Dec 03, 2015

Do you know the total amount of blood in human body? Or when does your heart pumps more blood? Find more about blood and several interesting stories about it here. View Full Article...

Fluctuating Body Temperature Dec 03, 2015

Fluctuating body temperature is usually your body's way to regulate its temperature according to your surroundings. However, fever, hormone, etc. can also cause it. View Full Article...

What Is Pulseless Ventricular Tachycardia? Dec 03, 2015

Pulseless ventricular tachycardia is a temporary but life-threatening condition, where the heart moves rapidly but ineffectively, causing severe risk if not treated. View Full Article...

What Is the Difference between Pulmonary Circulation and Systemic Circulation? Dec 03, 2015

What is the difference between pulmonary circulation and systemic circulation? Here we tell you their differences from 5 different points, like where the blood goes…… View Full Article...

Upper Extremity Veins Dec 03, 2015

The upper extremity veins consist of a network of superficial and deeply situated blood vessels that drain blood from the hand and arms to the heart. View Full Article...

What Is 2nd Degree Heart Block? Dec 03, 2015

2nd degree heart block can be divided into 2 types and needs timely treatment. Know what the 3 degrees of heart block and how to handle them! View Full Article...

What Are Preload and Afterload? Dec 03, 2015

Preload and afterload are its two main determinants of cardiac output which refers to the amount of blood your heart pumps per minute. More details listed here! View Full Article...

 
 
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